Jim Carrey's Housing Hunt Heating Up

Jim Carrey is looking to score a new Manhattan crib. In recent months he's been spotted perusing the New York real estate market from a duplex penthouse in Tribeca's Zinc Building to the most recent reports of a lavish Chelsea townhouse. Carrey's newest interest is a completely renovated 1824 townhouse at 223 West 20th Street, which is on the market for $13.65 million. View the listing.

8 photos
1/8
Jim Carrey is looking to score a new Manhattan crib. In recent months he's been spotted perusing the New York real estate market from a duplex penthouse in Tribeca's Zinc Building to the most recent reports of a lavish Chelsea townhouse. Carrey's newest interest is a completely renovated 1824 townhouse at 223 West 20th Street, which is on the market for $13.65 million. View the listing.
2/8
Carrey's potential swanky new crib measures around 7,000 square feet, and although it was built way back in 1824, it's anything but dated. It even includes an oversized passenger elevator.
3/8
The townhouse spans six luxurious floors, as well as a garden level. The Post reports that the actor has been perusing bachelor pads in the $5 million to $8 million range.
4/8
A view of the private terrace area, which is accessible through the living room. The living room boasts posh walls of glass.
5/8
The home is on the market for $13.65 million, which means that Carey would be paying about $1,950 per square foot.
6/8
A look at the home's private terrace that offers residents sweet views of the Manhattan skyline. Now this is a nice bachelor pad.
7/8
The towering residence has been completely renovated and measures 25 feet wide. Carrey's maybe-new bachelor pad features six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and four half bathrooms.
8/8
A view of one of the sun-drenched family rooms.
Copyright LXTVN - LXTV
Contact Us